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Creative Civil Society’s National Plan of Action on Arts and Culture NPAAC

Members of the creative civil society of Zimbabwe are making serious efforts to be actively involved in the implementation of Zimbabwe’s cultural policy adopted in 2007. In that regard, Nhimbe Trust, with technical support from Arterial Network, and funding from MIMETA and the British Council initiated a project called The Creative Civil Society’s National Plan of Action for Arts & Culture (NPAAC) for Zimbabwe. The NPAAC is based on the belief that for the creative sector to work effectively there needs to be results based Roadmap to provide direction and regulation. It seeks to complement Government efforts to implement the Cultural Policy; and UNESCO Conventions that Zimbabwe ratified. For more information about this project contact Joshua Nyapimbi, Director for Nhimbe Trust: joshnyap@nhimbe.org or joshnyap@gmail.com

source: Arterial Network, info@arterialnetwork.org. for further information, visit www.arterialnetwork.org and www.artsinafrica.com.
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Research into the Impact of the Arts & Creative Industries on Africa’s Economy

This is a research report produced by Culture, Arts and Jobs (CAJ) and Agoralumiere International. It explores the Impact of the Arts & Creative Industries on Africa’s Economy. If you are interested in refreshing your mind on the creative economy of Africa in preparation of the creative economy conference please download the full research report here
http://arterialnetwork.org/research/research-into-the-impact-of-the-arts-creative-industries-on-africas-economy
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